• Intersections by Izabela Boloz
  • Street-Shade in Madrid
  • Schoolyard Citysquare IJburg : KORTH TIELENS ARCHITECTEN
  • Sustainable timber Oak Chevron Cubes
  • Chalkboard urban intervention inviting public input of redesign and redevelopment of small streets and alleys in Salt Lake City. Similar public process concept to work of Candy Chang.
  • Forme Publique, La Défense, Paris
  • Place de Castelnau - Villeray - Montréal Espace public - Mobilier Urbain - Placottoir - Design Urbain - Trottoirs - Peinture au sol
  • NYC green playgrounds - they include green roofs on storage sheds, rain gardens and rain barrels, artificial turf fields, and asphalt areas pitched into bioretention cells.
  • Pop Up Park (H-1814) Explores the archetype of the public park and challenges the contemporary convention that says “a good landscape is one where you cannot see the hand of man.” Conceived of as a system of interchangeable pieces made partly with reused industrial materials, this design empowers people to renovate unused lots into places of community. Studio : Cranbrook Academy of Art Image Credits: James Carrillo Completion : 2011
  • Barkly Village Parklet, West Footscray. The parklet forms part of Council’s three year program of pop up activities in the City. The installation seeks to test the benefits of smaller park-like spaces in shopping precincts as a means of activation, and providing a place for gathering where public space is limited.
  • In public space we trust
  • 969years
  • Grand Canal Square Grand Canal Square, designed by Martha Schwartz, is one of the most famous and easily recognizable examples of contemporary landscape architecture in the Republic of Ireland. Perhaps for all the wrong reasons or maybe for all the right reasons. Its design and conception has proved controversial and has divided opinion.
  • Rampa
  • Play and Art in Boston, 2015 #playday #LawnonD - Playscapes
  • playground architecture - Pesquisa Google
  • Roaming Forest, Bat-Yam, Israel for the Landscape Urbanism Biennale (by Project Studio (Ed Wall), Yael Bar Maor, and Mike Dring)
  • The Geelhhandplaats, Belgium, par Omgeving Landscape Architecture. The introduction of a new carpet is intended to provide both young and old with a good-quality outside space. The floor is slightly sloping which creates an enclosed space surrounded by multifunctional peripheral areas on which it is possible to sit, lie and play. The slope also means that the design provides an area for young children at the front, an area for bigger children in the middle and a pétanque area behind the bench.